100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

May 06, 1923 - Image 1

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1923-05-06

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

WEATHER
All AND COOL
TODAYI

-ALIt 6

paArt

On

XXXI II. No. 157

TWENTY PAGES

ANN ARDOR MICHIGAN, pSUNDAY, MAY G, 1923

TWENTY PAGES

PRICE F]

DOWNS,
IlAME IN
L BATTLE

F
rIIAJF OF SiENIOR CAPS AN D
C (GONW.S STILL UNCALLED) FORj

K E I

Only one-half of the senior
caps and, gowns that have been
ordered have been called for and,
according to George Moe, these
remaining outfits must be called
for immediately. As Swing-out
is to be Thursday all seniors
should :call for their gowns ons
Monday and Tuesday as it will
be impossible to distribute them
all if seniors postpone calling
for them until the middle of the
week.

t
1
s

ZING RI2-

)LVERINES EMERGE
N TOP OF 11-10 SCORE
,er Uses Dour T'wirlers; Aooiian
Slums Hosier in Second j
Frame

ii
1

BOARD900TO TENDER
PUBLICATIOUNS ME* N
]LOARDIt N 1'CONTI OL 11ILL GITE
PUBLICATIONS IN XERFOR,
STAFF MEMBERS
RELGENT RALPH STONE TO
BE PRINCIPAL SPEAKER
Scott to Servo as ToastMaster;
Varsity Saxophone Sextette
to Entertai
Staff members of the various cam-
pus publications, numtber ng in all
more than 300, will attend the all-!
publications banquet to be given them
by the board, in Control of Student
Publications at 6:15 o'clock' tomzor-
row night in the assembly room o: the

IHOUSE- PASSES CONDOMN
( AERONAUTICAL 3MEASU1REl
I LasnMy -h os
( LnigMa -TeHuepassed unanimously yesterday
the Condon Aeronautical Codte.
( It now goes to Governor Groes-
IBeck.
j The code permits flying over
(land and° water providing the
( flyer is sufficeiently high not to
( interfere w th the rights of the
(owners of the lands. Landing
( without permission is prohibited
( except forced landings, when the
( flyer xis liable for all damages.
( Low flying,; and stunt flying, is
I. prohibited or c ities and oe

I
j
1E

SFence Furnished
First Senior Cane
Today designated as official "Cane
jDay,". will witness the obser-vanlce of:
a custom which, had its inception 34
J.years ago.
It was way- back. in the clays wvhen
the high gr ass grew, and corn was cul-
tivated on our fair campus that seniors

OARD DECIDES
NAME NEW F]
HOUSE AFTER

i

_I !

an
di

arsity baseball team,
zuphill game for' four
ie score in the ninth
iout in the tenth by
romn Netre Dam~e when
on a wild pitch by'

.,
r
I
T
1
'fi

FURjTEEN TAKEN
INTO TAD BETA P1
'latinat l I geei ing tFraternitl,
Io aors Jiuiiois and Seniors

t crowds.
YVEISH IN

MUST
! rAnIVI

acquired the habit of supporting 111; X.4NI),S f iANYm:1\ THC1~
themselves with a walking stick. Ai uu GT~IFIEDw IN
i milding pirogram of the magnitude'CTO
Inow con teinpated could not have been ____
conceived, for, in' those days the bigl
building of the. campus wasa University PETITION FOR COA4
hall, and the en~lneering college, was STARTED BY STUD
housed in the structure which has -
recently given way to the Clements'2L ApotdMnr
' librarw'. tesut f Mngr euain"~
In one ofthocainls'utof zt: lghto N
reform .which change the appear ance Chosvei
of our 'campus every decade, Univer-.
sity authorities decided to remoave the' Michga's rew athletic pl~u
picket "fence which surroundedl the be, called the "Yost Field
IUniversity grounds. So it «was that This' was the- decision made
in 1889, the sgnlors felt it fitting that Boid nCotolo-Ahetc

r

The Wolverines started" the ninth
frame one counter behind' the South
B~endl aggregation after having scored
two runs in the seveptll and two in
the eighth. Knode opened the ninth
inninig with a single to center and
when Vergaa nuffed the ball went
around to ti4rd where he scored the
tying run when Asha knocked a sacri
fice fly to center. This ended thej
scoring as Paper and Blott wvere easy
out;'.
'With Benson out in the final inning
Uteritz slapped a hot one down the
third base line, stole second, went toI
third on Kipk~e's out and rode home
wxhen Falvey uncorked a wild pitch.,

r'
t
I
i'
l
i" ,
C
~.
I
'I

Rev. IMaurie Tra.ter
RZev. Maurice Frater, for mnany'years
connected w ith miissionary work in thnej
South sea islands, Will be the speaker1
at the University services in Hill audi-
toriuni at 7: 30 o'clock tonight. He
wrill tell of various phases of the
work done by the mission posts found-
ed by Dr. John G. Paton in the New
Ilibrides islands 60 years ago. _
ATI SERVICE-TODY
"Milissioneary jWork 'Amng >thzc ('~iiiii.
bals" to . le Subject of.
Lecture'

I

ILORlI

t zt CeeRegeLn t n. Ralph Stone, '92, of Detroit, IC uni MT1e n em' Steps to Insure
P'ROFVESSO11 I11. C. A17IJEIF11ON: is the speaker for this year's programn. Pro per M e ttting Places on
SPASUO.ENlElI~ Regent Stone was one of :the I Cas Tanis
ers and the first managing editor .of
,'fau Beta Pi, national honorary en- The .Daily. He" will speak utpon "The I tC4,HOS N i~)
gineering fraternity, held its. annual B Iegi'nning of The Michigan Daily." At ROEC TST HJLE
spring initiation cerenmonies yesterday tepeettm ei edo h e Three teams of 50 mnen each will: be
trait Trust company.
afternoon, followed by a banquet in Prf;rdN ct, ftereoi chosen from the sophomore' and fresh-
Proen.classeN.tocpaticipatehinrtheorug
honor of the new' member's at the department, will be the toastmastermeclss;t.pripaente ug
Union, Prof. H. C. Anderson, head of and will make the only other talk1 of-war wvhich wtcill be the opening con-
the mechanical engineering depart- of the evening. The program is be- test of the Spring, games scheduled to"
ment, gave the p~rincipal address ofs ing shortened this year, and the ejis- begin Friday afternoon. Men from
the evening, speaking on the general 1 tomary speeches of the retiring man- bohcass v! wihin oorw
subject "Engineeinzg." Paul 'GCoebel, gn editor and business manager of and Tuesday andi from the nurnber
'23, atedas oasmaser agng re o b let ot.weighed, the- Spring games 'committee,
The ailyof the~ Student. council will chose 150
The following 14 men, elected by the H eads of the various publications men from each class to take part in
fraternity on the basis of scholarship, for the next year will mnake their the games.1
character and general campus activi-I staff appointments at this time ;with- Men will be placed on certain teams
ties, were initiated yesterday: J. A. Iout any prelim inary speeches. M usic ;according to their weight. There will B w n 2 E C . a p el 2 E . w l ef r i h d t r u h u h ,m a 16 t re "'e si ,t e lg t eg t h
C. Cutting, '24E, T. S. Edwards, '24E, by Boswell's orchestra t. middleweighit, and the heavyweight.
R. C. Gleason, '24E, H. IH. Hubbard, Through.. the courtesy of 'the saxo-; Undorclassmen weighing less than 135
'24E, D. E. Marsh, .24E J' W. Morse, ;phone sextette of ,the. Varsity band !poundsxviwilb'e placed on 'the light-

they si uic carry canes ina e from meigysedy
the cedar Wood of the, fenceposts. meigysedy
When. the supply of fepice wood ble- This action toaken by the b
carne exhausted, enterprizint,; cane i1c cuiwzinattion of the efforts c
dealers _perpetuated, the custom. by liibe n gautsee
supplying canes, guaranteedc to be, I in tho United States who have
m.Yade of the seemingly inexhaustable in, urgent reconlzmendlatio-ns
supply of pickets.: Since that time al- ,A'ame for the new h~ome of VI
though the original jinotive has been athletics.
lost, every graduating class has con- 5,01MSt'lidenits Desire
tinued the customi CL carrying walking1 The movement to name the
sticks during the spring of the year. after Michigan's "Grand Old 112
__________________started by the student bodyt
the Student council when petiti(
culaxted on the campus were
3~OO~ OOO BILLby more than 5,000 students.
$31 001,60IN :H etitions were also sent to the
almibodies throughou~t thec
FM S N H U E ncezthen hndreds oflet
ieon received from prominent
rate an otersheartily en dors
pan and practically every al u
.Conference Committee Reports 1t sociation in the country has
Appropriii-e1.resolutions on the matter. The
C001ronisi of the Board, as is customary
tioiicf its wrorR, is subject to the a
BLL RETUrRNS 'TOCONFER- of thee Senate council.
RoetV Rice, '25Lh, was ap
ENCE; 1)V ADDOCK CONTIENUFS minor sports mnanag~er by the
He will have charge of hockey
".Dumrsing, ;May 5~ (By. A. P.)-The mine;, wrestling and golf'. A:
House tonight refused to sanction a managers fo:' this posi'tion ar4
c rick Betts, '25, William Raftfei
$300,000 increase in the University ap-Rter evso,'5CalO
propriations bill. . e.' '25.

Lco
101111

go Ol
in th
two
more
secut

e Dom~e Thies Lead
work by the Wolverine
a allowed the Catholics to~
to a big lead early in the'
d this caused the game to
e. Noonan began to weaken
d when Notre Dame scored
and, after they made three
e fourth anid had three con-
its in the fifth the smnall
'as relieved by Stryker.
Acd giro-thirds of an inning
place to Pat O'Hara, who
s visitors after five runs had

HEAD~S NEW IV EJIIIES ISLAN)
M11ISION FOR PA 15Th EAIfS
("M1issionary Work :Among the Can-
nibals"''will be the subject of the jec-
ture which Rev. Maurice Frater, 'for
k23 years connected with missionary
wore' in the south sea islands, will

-6

_
'
:

'23E, H.:.J. Morton, 23E~, A. L. Pot- some spediality musical numbers wvillI
fter, Jr., '24E, IL J. Sandorf, '23E. H.S he given at the banquet.
R. Schemin, '24F, G. A. Whiney, '23E,
and John Wyllie, ,'24E.
Several faculty and alumni mnemr IIN U;IR jR~
3 har of#nnrxn ~it ~nrrn Lue iU WII I ST. l

;
E
.,.
1
:

All mnembers of the Sopholmore
class whe desire to take' hart 'in
the tug-of-w ar whicha will be

The Maize and Blue teamn started
the scoring 'in the second frame when
N;oc-nan knocked 'a ]home run to the
t .nnis courts with Paner and Blott on
firs-t and second. Michigan added an-
other in th~e next inning 'when Hag-
gerty, Shackleford and Knode con-
nected safely. The next run came in
the fourth when 'Uteritz, getting 4
single stoe second and third and scor-
ed on Curtin's wild throw to third.
Opening the seventh frait five rims
behind 'Michigan started a rally which
netted two counters. Uteritz, W11o
lead off, drew a base on balls and Kip-
ke. followedl with a sharp singl7. -o
left. Van Boven batting for Haggrt ,
(Continuied on Prage Si~x)
DEM~NK PACESTHIRD
DE N R SIN SPEAKING CONTEST
Gerrit Denimink, '23, the represent-
ative of the University at the Northern.
I eague. Oratorical con testl which was
held F'riday night at the University
of~ Minnesota in Mlinneapolis, tooks
third place with his oration "Thie
Mind in Thrall." First honors were
awRrded to Northwestern university.
The University of Wisconsin wAas the'
wininer of second place.
Northwestern's representative b)y
virtue of wltznln first place was
, awaRrded the Frank Lowden prize of
$100, while Wisconsin's orator re-
ceived $54.
Dcemmink and Prof. Thomias C.
Trueblood, of the public speaking dC-pa t i nw oa c m a i dt es e k
er, will return today from the contest.
Sudden 'Ties 1Paddo~'s JRecord
Derkeley, Cal., M1ay 5 (By A. P.)-
Eddie Sudden, of the Olympic club of
San Francisco, tied the world's record
for the 75 metre race here today in
8 2-5 seconds, according to official
announcement of the Pacific associa-
tion of the A. A. U. timers. The rec-
ord was made by Charles Paddock in
Paris on May 3.
* WalthamI
Quality
"We all stopped but the 'watch
kept going, I guess, at least
when the debris of the o~rd
had been cleared away my
watch w.as gone. If it runs by
you, Jimmie, as no doubt it will,

delverate he nivrsiyhsrvienivfrmarintiaioninehevibrry fnteIformal iInitiateio3nad 5o'cocninDr. fernceicaledfortheefpndtur oe Itwfsdectedat histim t
Enl auioimat73 'lokt lWgneering building and the banquet OUOI3UI -.-.. aitu aae ,q lmth
nighat, htfloe tteUin LUI My fiei aemngm $,800,000 n the University building mo sports will rceive fobs
Re.Frtra teae f27etee MNEOT HILR V S I n~ li tFreshmen progra , $30,000more than amoubintyI wards >Fur different sizes of
Rev.Praerat hefae o 27entred IIIYES''A. IJRLE KNCKS will bie taken at the samne hoursI .
the John G. Paton ,mission in the New H (III A OI~IONIER IN FOURTEENTH ' Tuesday afternoon n Dr. Mays fi specfed n the original House bill and; were decided upon, the :large siz
Hebrides islands, and since the death TENNIS TEIM dFI Te 'WTH TWO ON BASE = fie 2000ls ta h iuestb football, another sie lettr Ior-
of Dr. arPaton,t15hearisiago s be'FIII_________________ h neddbl asdb h'ball, basketball and tack,anth
chreo h sin there. His W 3f I N :II fhflll eaetennis and crosscoutry,and
inniTs.I AU!~~ UHIiKbIJ (Splecal to The Daly) Thursday. fo l io 'it.Teefout
work is centered about the I four is- 111 From the Minnesota Daly weight team. from 135 to 160 pounds Th;Uieriyopporitonb ll ioetr spwilrbeuse he
lands of Ambrim, Epi, Lopevf and jTe-uiest prpito iliuaiulteswl k dh
lo nthe mea eght anydoph 1oorease y h osecriga s lwr ntespot d
Paama, ocaed ,500mils nrthast In the first Conference meet of the Minneapols, May 5-Hitting a homeothe mddeweight, And sohove 6 nws pse yteHuecryn na aa~i h
ofAustralia. When .he first arrived tennis season staged yesterday fore- run in the last half of the 14th inning and freshmen are eligible to try out appropriation of $3,500,00. The Sen- above.
I o th isand 23yeas ao, he n-noon with Chicago, Michigan held its with two mnei on bases ahead of himi for their respective teams. As there aeaddsvrliest h ilb
tire population of 1%~000 was canni-Ioawn by winining two of the singles and? Les Fried, veteran Gopher hurle' will be more than 50 men tryring out amnmentdment,e raisingr the total wen to $4-1 n rrfn,(rin
bar. Today thee a007b000.,The-smeasure otheendwentlto natches. Is] IUULiestlmen i
'bal. Todaythere are ut 4,000 sy- I one ofthe d~mbl matches. line turned the tables on Iowa, winning heis: for each team the hevetmniIoneecfajit onite hr
ages on the four islands. especially distinguished himself by own ganie 6 to 3 in, one of the most; each group will be chosen, howeve,{a fotwsmaetti h os
George scar Bowen will be il keen consistent playing, winning from thrilling contests ever played on men light intheir oen class .areno 4ja fotwsmdet i h os
cag oftepormomuiatStagg of Cbica~,go, 6-4, 6-4, in the sing- Northrup field. Iowa was unable to to refrain from "eiging in" merely rersnaivst h Snt' n
the services tonight. Robert . Adams, les and in the doubles with the as- bunch her hits effectively and after, because they feel that they could not crease. The $300,00 increase was
' 23, president of the S. C. A. will pie- 1 sistance of Sanchez defeating Evans her three rnn spurt of the second in-' make their respective team. geduo n h ilrpredt n tg fCiao tn The second annual oferein
id an'tg fCiao ugfailed toscore. M~inesota ga9 ;Mn ike ortejemswll'b,, the House. fs~at high school editors will 1,
IntesnlsWilson ofChicago Fried] excellent support, several ofgiven clrdcards withther m ine Themaurateris eet nte My1,1 n 9i n ro
PR TECIO won from Merkel, 64, 6-2; Franker- the errors made being due to vain' on and bearers of these cards will be loeIbacha rtrndtocn the auspices of Siga Delta Ohl
'T"10 ECIIO sin fChicago defeated Captain attempts to stop Iowa hits. ,th2' l o nch sid fallowed to partiipatte Iference. ________t inal .professional junalistic
0-2:Klie dfeaed Soreby nnigs:In the tug-of-war. A space of 20 fet,-
n rTnh flTfIflStagg .6-4,',6-4, adZemanof. Michi-',Iowa .030 the0'000ill0be0n-3.i9irn tors, business managers, ,and f.
QU' STION1POSTPONESI 1 un iidefeated h-unt, 4-6, 7-5, 7-5. In Minn ..0140 000110 000 03-6 10 6 r free of t sigpcatorsind unelst.i y e rIT[RA9IIMFI T LANNd vieso h ihsho
the doubles Wilson and Frankenstein ''nttln ati h ots: ytm ii'iiiti~~5 in r xetdt epee
ALI' OS)R (NIR'~-won from Merkle and Rorick, 10-8, 6-1. From the Daly Cardiiial variouscofficialsaofotdencoto presen
A UA' IIN I'4SMN LN Asbthves>onoeadfrs ,Sanchez and Kline defeated Evans and kMadison, ay 5-Illinois nosed out Af Oil Iad reh 11t LLMEDICI SMOKER I acordig topres
j fUSfI ,SEA GINmencomteshvrud that theme The nanguration of he auna
SERIOUSNESS I Stagg of Chicago, 6-2, -6 4-. a 4 to 1 victory over the Badgers in shoauld be no unfair tactics employed'erneohi soledor
-Northwestern has cancelled the the ninth inning of the baseball game and have asked the support of their Vaudeville, music and speeches ae md as9er.ySgm et
Lausanne, M althoughA. unc-erain chan for Monday and will play at- this afternoon on errors by Achen-Espectivo classes, unsportsmanlike scheduled for the annual All-Medicdrw upfuin th cig
TuUsMa5aBn.a,)Th Tuesday and at South Biend brenner and Holom together with hits ; inans used In past years shol be)0 smoker to be held at 7:45 "Tuesday, in and at that tine a consttutioi
STrposin g liews rehoga rip-Wednesday. Next Thursday Michi- by Kuehl and oettger. Previous to";eliminated 1the Union. The program for the eve-" l it p ingPressasoiation,'
cial poeto for foreign rsdnso gans team will play Carnegie Tec.i the ninth each team gathered threej As the Saturday coantests for the fing has been divided int a special; has a resent mtemeshpo
Ture aco on e sirther falere at 3 o'clock. Michigan is ex- hits and one run. Jackson, Illinoisi Spring games, the obstacle race, the performance at the Mies at 745; than30p Ubhch pns .fom4
consideration ofrtherstonral > pected to walk away with an easy '.hurler, had the edge on Johnson with roe tying contest, and the "horse and while fllowing this will be speeches Irts'of the stateigFo rmDell
I hetnn h aeo h ofrnevictory in this mneet. his fast ball, but the latter showed; rider" contest are scheduled. Each stn the assembly room of the Union. issues a monthly 'bulletin of
thraunti g the atossiblemofenTe uncanny ability in pulling himself outi contestant in the obstacle race will, Mimes will offer a series of acts for anrtcimt ah.ebrp
Antlsi the ant sibeme aentr.'nihel rnn nia [f of bad holes. A double by Servathis climb a 10-foot wal and crawl through the entertainment of the-men Medicsti and furniisteahembwih asu
sort of Individual campaign to B reak REPOTrun SHOWS Fog'nthgiht n Tbl'sfytocn barrels carrying his class banner dur- at the Mimes theatre. Musical nun- jeecr tetobusdith
ter was responsiblef for Wisconsin's 'in- the entire course. Each man in biers scheduled include Ted Rhodes' i etoyps'bl b se i he
the Ottoman resistance to th e uro- Ih oe yn onetwl b t ubiain
jAflIf~~flP~~P taly te op tin cntstwil egiven orchestra, the Varsity Banjo quitette L iastyerornalaswr
T Lastmansyear originalfoeigplndnsrtwered
pea deadatalure'lfriny.blL Score by innings: two pieces of rope two and a half foeetan Bron1-yd n his- Marimba- for 40 publication represent iv
adsres o f b oiidW RDSRCTforeigners. Illinois ........ 000 000 013-46 5 5 in length to tie the hands and feet of phione. A dance number will round final registration sbowecd hre;
Ali erestofrentavs. tngh - Nvx ~kMy 5-al tet'isconsin...... 000 000 010- 3 6 his oppoent. Tenn ute periods will out the program. 100 present. Herbert , (ase
>_lledrereenatvetnihtco-f__Nwor,_ay_____ Sretbe held. Followikng the :Mimes production, the p resident of Sigma Delta-Ci,
sidered the conference situation less; was generally agreed today that' ; The Student council committee in faculty and undergraduates will be c'reo l ln o h of
critical than yesterday.E Henry Ford is tie richest man in the' Tryouts Selected charge of arrangements for the Spring addressed in the Union, by 'Prof. G. C. I hreoalpanfrte iai
There is great interest in Allied cr-i world, 'following publication yester-; Club games is cmoe of Thomas Lnh ue and Prof. P. M. Hickey both of( I101 lE O 'Y I
Iles as to whether the American rep-' day of the Ford Motor company's or Comledy ~"~I'251., chairman, Earl Lundin, '23A,1 the medical school.' Prof. R. S. Cron,' 13 ~VRST RA
resentatives will make a move calcu- statement of February 23, 1923, show---I Robert F1 Adams, '23, and James' also of the Medical school, will pie- .
hated to strengthen the Allied position ing assets of $536,351,939. Actual cash Comedy club in their tryous yester- H ume, '23. With them committees sie as toastmaster. Refreshments Dpoafe mynwb
by urging the Turkish- representatives on hand was $159,605,687. (ay morning (licked 17 students to fillI from the junior, sophomore. and I and cigars will be served at this time. the 'office of the treasurer of th
to. grant large power to the legal ad-1 The figures were revealed. in ai the places that will be left vacant in freshmen classes are making prepara- J E Crouslore, '23M, S. E. Doohttle'versity, as announced esterd:
visers and thus satisfy American resi- statement filed with the Massachusetts j the ranks of the organization after ticns an drawing p contest rules. '2317, and R. R. Shafter, '231, com- Shr .Sih, serty
dents in Turkey., coninissioner of corporations in Bos- igr aduation this year.- s pose the committee in charge of theI University. Seniors are urged to
ton Selection was by tryout before the I ]le bes f j arrangements.thsmteatocinrdrt-
Turks Demobilliing? Twenty years ago the Ford Motor: members of Comedy club. Memtbers - ;diploma may be prepared as 5(
Lasne My5(y .P)Tu-cman a stbihd ihaeai 'e nicked, in order of their ability, Hold Annual Dance I HOL.ST TO DELIVER possible.
according to the types of characters Acodn-orlnI ocs
key is demobilizing, not mobilizing, tat stock of $10,000, a factory floor t'wr eee.- -- LC TURE " ' Accordi g t uig, nn
troops in Syria and therefore there is space of .28 acre and an average um-,thie we n enenlddLsee. B.Vd.mmbr ed hi nua U S A the University confer a deg,
no. justification of such fears that ber of employes of 311. The first " Commecement upon any stder
Turey s treaenig2te;SrJa.frp- ear1,7ttcrseer bult.Las Apil aldaerc'2,last1 Tutleght atil dacehastnigtranth Huon ote!I ustvaliststetdstiauihedhigsI ailetopaythiofeebeore4'
tir.Tiila adtngti twsrpre h opn adrdW. Sangel, '25E, F. A. Rockwell, in Ypsilanti. Three honor societies, tir.Tiilissi oih n7i wsrpre h opayhd,.;L.hh musician who has coe to Amer- Tuesday afternoon, May 22. I
'Sd, Crosby Res, 25, L. 1J Ames,BarsesVucnad rd om;",
Turkish circles, would probably2 con-, built more t\.n 6,000,000 cars since ', Dnl ndr 25 n-elSi-I ars ucnsadDud o-ici to conduct 'the first performance 1the faculty does not recommeii
stitute the substance to the reply to; its organization. '6. Tewmnae>hli !e acrigt uso otrwof lis "Hymn of Jesus" at tie May .payer, the fee will be refunded ar
thr, Frnhnoeo6poets.at erarT8he statment're nyll, their one big get-together party. 'Festival, will deliver a public lecture render of receipt for payment,
ETurkey asserts that she is demobil-j shows, the profit and loss surplus xas Tuenbuthl,'PCritnAdio, '24, Maein I Po.Jh .Wito h ~ at 4:15 o'clock Tuesday afternoon in more especially applies to tea
~ ~ w*u ~Ejiabeli ike '2, MdelineMc-school, and Prof. James H. Cissel f the West Gallery o Alumni Memorialj certificates, business adminisi

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan